Clément Delafargue

Maintainer of Biscuit and biscuit-haskell


Biscuit snapshots

What are biscuit snapshots, how do they work and how can they be useful

Posted November 19, 2023 by clementd ‐ 4 min read

Biscuit Python 0.2.0

Biscuit support in python has been released

Posted June 21, 2023 by clementd ‐ 3 min read

Biscuit WASM 0.4.0

Biscuit support in javascript has been updated, with full support for third-party blocks, nice datalog integration and support for protecting express apps

Posted April 25, 2023 by clementd ‐ 3 min read

Biscuit 3.0

The Biscuit reference implementation in Rust has been released, with full support for the latest spec additions

Posted March 28, 2023 by clementd ‐ 8 min read

Third-party blocks: why, how, when, who?

After a period of relative stability and UX polishing, we are happy to announce an upcoming feature that will unlock a lot of potential in decentralized architectures: third-party blocks. Third-party blocks allow to distribute the verification of a biscuit’s checks across several parties, without requiring direct communication between them: everything is carried by the biscuit token itself. If you are familiar with macaroons, think third-party caveats… on steroids (and actually usable).

Posted August 15, 2022 by clementd ‐ 7 min read

Biscuit v2 update

We have issued a series of supplemental (breaking) changes in biscuit v2

Posted March 26, 2022 by geal and clementd ‐ 4 min read

Biscuit 2.0 release

We are delighted to announce the release of Biscuit at version 2.0!

Posted January 24, 2022 by geal and clementd ‐ 6 min read